Rocket's father like figure who, besides rock'n'roll, nurses synth, goth and songs about broken hearts and love no more with care and passion.
Nordic Nick has been playing records on Rocket since way back in 2001. He listens to anything with a cool beat. Besides reigning as the Nordic rock god on the Rocket airwaves, Nick is the evil mastermind behind the Metal Shrine blog, and also writes for Sweden Rock magazine.
One of Kasey's primary motives in his show "Interstellar" on Thursdays is to encourage the common folk to listen to as many different genres of music as possible. His musical taste ranges from heavy groups such as Katatonia, Behemoth and Wintersun to more mellifluous artists such as Led Zeppelin and Infected Mushroom.
Marc the Shark
The subtle and suave Marc the Shark is nothing if not sublime while patrolling his territorial airwaves and terrorizing Rocket listeners with his effervescent charm.
Eric in the Afternoon
Eric was behind the mic that August afternoon back in '96 when Rocket.FM went live. Of the hundreds of interviews he's done, the most memorable are the Rocket studio visits of Little Steven and Clarence Clemons. Besides being an on-air personality, Eric is the Rocket.FM program director.
Ed O'Neill is an expat on the run from Orange County, California, pumping out the punk, oi, garage and rock'n'roll for his cult following in the Rock Home of Stockholm.
Uncle Keef is the oldest man in rock music. As well as being Keef Richards' godfather, his jobs in the business include being Morrissey's gardener, herding Neil Young's stock of sideburns, and writing jokes for Paul Weller. He staggers out of his deathbed once a week to fight aliens, relate trivia and play ska, punk and other good stuff.
The freshest DJ to join the Rocket ranks, east coast expat, the Swedish Jeff plays an eclectic mix of lesser-known indie, classic rock, post-punk and alternative stoner rock. Aside from keeping his listeners turned on to underground music; he plays in a local indie-garage band, Classic Stepdad , that lurks the basements of Södermalm.